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After enrolling, you should be contacted by your dealership with any specifics to your course, including what to bring, what is required, and where and when to meet. Some dealers will have the coach call you, welcome you, remind you of items to bring and answer any questions you might have about the class.

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At the end of the night, coaches usually spend some time talking about the range days, what to bring, where the range is and when to be there. The range is simply a practice lot; it is a large flat piece of pavement that may be on dealer property or down the road a few miles.

The $75 USD / $100 CAD voucher cannot be used towards the down payment on a motorcycle, must be used by March 31, 2022, can be applied to current customer orders that are on backorder but is not available on previous purchases, future motorcycle orders, or deposits outside of the Sales Period. Limit one $75 USD / $100 CAD voucher per 2021 Pan America and Pan America Special motorcycle at authorized Harley-Davidson dealerships. Harley-Davidson and/or dealer are not responsible for lost or stolen offer codes. Offer is subject to change at any time without notice. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Cannot be redeemed for cash or cash equivalent and is non-refundable.

The $50 USD / $50 CAD offer code cannot be used towards the down payment on a motorcycle, must be used by September 30, 2022, and is not available to be applied on previous purchases, future motorcycle orders, or deposits outside of the Sales Period. Limit one $50 USD / $50 CAD offer code per 2021 or 2022 Harley-Davidson motorcycle purchased at authorized Harley-Davidson dealerships. It is single use only. Harley-Davidson and/or dealer are not responsible for lost or stolen offer codes. Offer is subject to change by Harley-Davidson at any time without notice. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Cannot be redeemed for cash or cash equivalent and is non-refundable.

The interest rate varies from state to state, and most of the dealers charge anywhere between 3%-6% for customers with good credit. For bad credit, the average rate is around 14%. This means, a BHPH dealership will charge at least that and a little more; somewhere around 20%.

Which is a justified number, especially since the interest rate is there to cover any repossession or other financial drawbacks they might experience when directly lending to a consumer with bad credit.

The way BHPH dealerships make their money is if the car is on loan, and as soon as the car stops running the customer stops paying. Therefore, this warranty helps both of you. It means (if you are a good customer) they want to keep you in the car and paying, and will most likely work with you when it comes to repairing or servicing the vehicle.

We also offer a huge selection of fully certified used motorcycles for sale at prices that are lower than you will find anywhere else. As a used motorcycle dealer, we are not limited to just offering used Kawasaki or used Yamaha motorcycles. We offer used motorcycle in every style from all major motorcycle manufacturers.

Because our new or used motorcycles are priced so low, when you get financed to buy a motorcycle with us, your monthly payments will also be low and affordable. There is a good possibility that you are considered to have bad credit because of past loans where the interest rate suddenly went up after a year or two and simply made your payments unaffordable for you. This helped to cause your current bad credit rating. We don't do that. We only offer fixed rate financing, even for those with bad credit or no credit. We want you to have the opportunity to not only buy a motorcycle with your current bad credit, but, we also want to see to it that you have the opportunity to once again have good credit. This can only happen when you have affordable payments on your motorcycle financing.

With news that Obama will appear on Running Wild with Bear Grylls, will other reality shows welcome the 2016 candidates with open arms? Here are a few pairings that suggest there might be a future in it

Even Republicans admit that when pressed. Indiana passed a similar law in 2015 and video has surfaced from a forum April 24 in Milwaukee, where Indiana's House Assistant Majority Leader Ed Soliday (R) admits that the prevailing wage repeal in his state didn't save a penny.

There's so many [indiscernible] around, I want to bring in our guest right now. Eddy Elfenbein is Portfolio Manager of the AdvisorShares Focused Equity ETF. CWS is the symbol. It's focused on portfolio on mid-cap growth, a fundamental alpha-seeking manager he calls himself. Eddy, it's been a long time since we've had you on the show. Welcome back to Alpha Trader.

AT: You're also the editor of the Crossing Wall Street blog, which is a must read for anyone who wants to follow the action on Wall Street. And, you know, it struck me over the weekend, you know, last 6 to 8 weeks, Steven and I, you know, we've had various guests and it seems like every week, the market action has been hinging on news about the fiscal stimulus or the election or COVID, certainly, whether it's bad news on case count or good news on vaccine potential. But you wrote something on Friday that really caught my eye, basically saying that what's really going on is a shift from value to growth, and this time, it's real. And you wrote that it started in September. So big picture, what do you see happening out there? And why do you think this time the shift to value is for real?

EE: Sure, sure. Well, you know, first, let's go back a couple of years, you know, value stocks, you know, we divide stocks into growth and value in different buckets and it's a good way of sort of see, you know, what the market is thinking and value has been getting creamed for the last something like 13 years, and there have been several false bottoms like okay, value, it's going to turn now. And historically, if you look at the academic studies, value does better than growth.

If you just have a bank, it's going to be trading at 80% of book value. It says nothing about you, it's just that's how finance is nowadays. I mean, they can be 90%, even there's 100% of book value. But conversely, you look at some, you know, tech stock, and it's going to be 30, 40 times book value.

Of course, there been restrictions announced last week in New York, in Ohio and California. So that's going to happen, but a year from now, we're going to be sitting in a much better place. There's two vaccines, I would expect, maybe next Monday, so, you know, whose turn is it going to be next Monday? [Indiscernible] I'm not sure. And the Monday after that somebody else.

In my ETF, I own shares of Disney. They've been able to do so far great. You turn towards their streaming business, but you do have to wonder what is the future of the parks? Or what is the future of parks in a state like California? I don't know. I mean, a lot of this is really going to have to be decided, but let me circle back. I do think if you're hunting for bargains like deep value, I do think there are some banks that aren't going to go away. We need them; it's a vital part portion of the entire economy.

AT: I take it back, it wasn't [indiscernible]. I was going to say, you know, you mentioned your buy list, which you set annually and then don't touch and I want to talk about that in a minute or two. But because we brought up Disney, they reported earnings last week. It wasn't pretty as you wouldn't expect. But you're still bullish on Disney here, is that correct?

AT: Right. So, you made an interesting point in your Crossing Wall Street blog about Disney, Disney comparing their multiple to Netflix's, right. And, you know, obviously, it's not an exact analogy, but is that the moment we're at now, where some of these more traditional value stocks can grow multiples not to the level that the FANG stocks are out, as opposed to the multiple contraction in the FANG stocks that everyone was looking for?

Also a consistency of operations, it's not, you know a hard and fast rule, there can be exceptions to that. But a lot of the companies where you see the sales and earnings rise every year, that's usually a very good indication that they have some niche, some advantage in their marketplace.

SA: And I wanted to ask you about another stock on your list and I believe we talked about it with you last year and that's Ross Stores and kind of in a world where these temporarily and maybe permanently for some things, people's buying behavior is completely changed to online, whether it be groceries or cars or any number of things. What do you see as the future for a company like that, which, as far as I know, has little or no kind of online sales channel?

EE: Yes, this is a fascinating company. And so far, you know, supposed to be Amazon was going to eat up everybody and that's for the most part true, but not 100% true. And Ross is a good example of a company that has held up well and their business model really does scape outside of Amazon's reach and there's a couple reasons why. One is that Ross shoppers, they like what they call the fortune hunting aspect of it. People like to go in the stores and to hunt around. They really enjoy that. That's an experience that they can't get from online.

If someone tells me that some places is 15 km away, I have a vague idea about the distance, but if they tell me it is 1000 paces, I have a lot better intuition. Similarly, the inch (incidentally, in Czech, the words for the inch and for the thumb are the same) is just the width of my thumb, which I handily carry around all the time. These measurements are natural, whereas a meter is the length of a distance from the equator to the pole going through Paris. Unless you are, god forbid, a Frenchman, that means nothing at all. I would fix an inch as the average thumb size and fix the foot to 10 inches (incidentally, my foot is pretty much exactly 10 of my inches, I am very decimal!) Then 10 feet would be a dace, short for double pace (one could probably come up with a more elegant name for that), literally about two paces and then you can have mildaces/miles which would be 1 000 daces. One decimal mile would then be about 3 km. 041b061a72


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